Category Archives: Attenex Patterns

Easy Productivity Boost – Multiple Monitors

Seeing this NY Times article, I was reminded of one of our key recommendations for boosting productivity in eDiscovery – make sure each lawyer reviewer has multiple monitors. From a capital investment standpoint, multiple monitors are very inexpensive and pay … Continue reading

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A Funny Thing Happened in the Tasting Room

In my continuing pursuit to keep my “butt in the seat” and pursue the writing life, I endeavor to take insightful moments and capture them by “writing myself into existence.” Something wonderful happened working in the Archery Summit tasting room … Continue reading

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Attenex Patterns History – The Critical First Year

A successful product has many parents.  No one claims a failed product. Attenex Patterns was both a successful AND an innovative visual analytics product. The seeds of the success occurred for six months before and after the founding of the … Continue reading

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